North American Harvard MkIV

Peter Lawrie

Glasgow, United Kingdom

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The Harvard (also called the AT-6, Yale, Texan, SNJ, Wirraway) made by North American was a twin-seat trainer. In this capacity, it was used by almost every major power and even as a combat aircraft from the thirties into the sixties. The Royal Air Force initially ordered several hundred of this variant, with British instruments and radios, in 1938. The Brits coined the name “HARVARD” for it. (by which name it would become known in most of the commonwealth countries)

Elvington, York
2005

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